Kim Du-ryang

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Kim Du-ryang
Hangul 김두량
Hanja 金斗樑
Revised Romanization Gim Du-ryang
McCune–Reischauer Kim Tu-ryang
Pen name
Hangul 남리, 예천
Hanja 南里, 藝泉
Revised Romanization Namni, Yecheon
McCune–Reischauer Namni, Yech'ŏn
Courtesy name
Hangul 도경
Hanja 道卿
Revised Romanization Dogyeong
McCune–Reischauer Togyŏng

Kim Du-ryang (1696–1763) was a painter of the mid Joseon period. He was the son of Kim Hyogyeong, a Hwawon (royal court painter). Kim Duryang followed his father's career by entering the royal service as a member of the Dohwaseo, the official painters of the Joseon court. He was good at almost all genres of painting, including muninhwa (painting in the literal artistic style, sansuhwa (landscape painting), yeongmohwa (animal-and-bird painting) and inmuhwa (portrait painting).


Towooart[1] provides a short notice and an argumented selection of paintings.

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  • Pratt, Keith L.; Rutt, Richard; Hoare, James E. (1999). Korea, A Historical and Cultural Dictionary. Durham East Asia Series. Routledge. p. 220. ISBN 978-0-7007-0463-7. 
  • Turner, Jane (2003). Grove Dictionary of Art. Oxford University Press, US. pp. T18–50. ISBN 978-0-1951-7068-9. 
  • KCC (2013). "Kim Du-ryang". Database. Korean Copyright Commission.  (Korean)